Image Management with Horizon Cloud

Part 1 - Establish authentication trust between the vCenter Server instances

To Establish the trust, the root certificate from both the vCenters needs to be exchanged between the vCenter Server instances.  The root certificate needs to be imported in the Certificate Management of the vCenters.

Section 1 - Download and extract the root certificate from the vCenter in Site 1
  1. On the Control Center
    • Using a Chrome, navigate to the URL of vCenter Server instance for Site 1.
      • Enter https://vcenterXX-01a.euc-livefire.com
        • where XX is your POD ID.
          • From the Right hand corner of the vCenter Page,
            • Right Click on Download trusted root CA certificate
              • Click on Save link as...
                • In the Save As Window
                  • Navigate to Desktop
                    • Name the zip file as vc-cert-site1
                      • Click Save
  1. On the Control Center,
    • Navigate to Desktop
      • Locate vc-cert-site1.zip
        • Right Click on vc-cert-site1.zip
          • Click on Extract All...
            • In the Select Destination and Extract Files Window
              • Click on Extract to extract the certificate on the desktop
                • Close vc-cert-site1 Windows Explorer window

Part 1 Section 2 - Download and extract the root certificate from the vCenter in Site 2

Section 2 - Download and extract the root certificate from the vCenter in Site 2
  1. On the Control Center
    • Using a Chrome, navigate to the URL of vCenter Server instance for Site 2.
      • Enter https://vcenterXX-02a.euc-livefire.com
        • where XX is your POD ID.
          • From the Right hand corner of the vCenter Page,
            • Right Click on Download trusted root CA certificate
              • Click on Save link as...
              • In the Save As Window
                • Navigate to Desktop
                  • Name the zip file as vc-cert-site2
                    • Click Save
  1. On the Control Center,
    • Navigate to Desktop
      • Locate vc-cert-site2.zip
        • Right Click on vc-cert-site1.zip
          • Click on Extract All...
            • In the Select Destination and Extract Files Window
              • Click on Extract to extract the certificate on the desktop
                • Close vc-cert-site2 Windows Explorer window

Part 1 Section 3 - Import the Root Certificate of Site-2 vCenter to  Site-1 vCenter

Section 3 - Import the Root Certificate of Site-2 vCenter to  Site-1 vCenter
  1. On the Control Center
  1. In the vSphere Client
    • Navigate to Menu  (Three lines on the top)> Administration
  1. In the Administration Menu
    • Navigate to Certificates >  Certificate Management
    • In the Certificate Management Menu
      • From the Right Hand side
        • Under Trusted Root Certificates
          • Note: you already have 3 Trusted Certificates
          • Click ADD
  1. In the Add Trusted Root Certificate Wizard
    • Next to Certificate Chain
      • Click on BROWSE
        • Navigate to : -
          • C:\Users > Administrator >Desktop > vc-cert-site2 > certs> win
        • Select the first .crt file listed
          • Select Open
            • Note: In our example, we have in 352438b0.0.crt
  1. In the Add Trusted Root Certificate Wizard
    • Click ADD
  1. Under  Trusted Root Certificate
    • Click on ADD again
      • Click on BROWSE
      • Navigate to:
        • C:\Users > Administrator > Desktop > vc-cert-site2 > certs > win
          • Select the second .crt file listed
            • Select Open
              • Note: In our example, the second crt file is b2bce57c.0.crt
          • Click ADD
            • to add the second certificate in trusted root certificate
  1. Under  Trusted Root Certificate
    • Click on ADD again
      • Click on BROWSE
        • Navigate to: -
          • C:\Users > Administrator > Desktop > vc-cert-site2 > certs > win
        • Select the third .crt file listed
          • Select Open
            • Note: In our example, the third crt file is bd822a8c.0.crt
          • Click ADD
            • to add the third certificate in trusted root certificate
  1. Under  Trusted Root Certificate
    • Click on ADD again
      • Click on BROWSE
        • Navigate to :-
          • C:\Users > Administrator > Desktop > vc-cert-site2 > certs > win
            • Select the fourth .crt file listed
              • Select Open
                • Note: In our example, the fourth crt file is df80d4ac.0.crt
          • Click ADD
            • to add the fourth certificate in trusted root certificate
  1. In the Certificate Mangement window
    • Note: An error message occurs .
    • Please ignore this message and move on to step 10
  1. Under Trusted Root Certificates
    • Notice you have 6  GUID numbers each with its own VIEW DETAILS
    • Under each GUID
      • Click on VIEW DETAILS
  1. In the Certificate Information window
    • On each certificate, verify you can see the certificate of your Site 2 vCenter
      • In the  example, vCenter of Site 2 is vcenter22-02a.euc-livefire.com
      • There are references to other vCenter server names with the other certificates.
      • Out of the 4, only one references your current vcenter name
  1. On your Controlcenter server desktop
    • Go to the vc-cert-site2 folder
      • Select any one of your 4 .crt files
  1. In the Certificate folder
    • Select the Details tab
      • Select the Subject Key Identifier
        • Compare the Subject Key Identifier with your GUIDs under Trusted Root Certificates
  1. In the Certificate folder
    • In the Details tab
      • Select  Subject
        • Notice the information displayed
        • Out of the 4 only 1 is a reference to vCenterXX-02a.euc-livefire.com
  1. In the vSphere client
    • Click on Menu  (Three Lines on the top)> Inventory
    • You can also select Pin menu checkbox to lock the menu
  1. In the vSphere Client
    • Select and right click  W10Master-01a
      • Select Power and Shut Down Guest OS
    • In the Confirm Guest Shut Down window
      • select YES
  1. In the vSphere Client
    • Select and right click  W10Master-01a
    • Select Clone > Clone to Template...
  1. In the W10Master-01a - Clone Virtual Machine To Template wizard
    • Next to VM template name:
      • enter W10Master-01a_Template
    • Under Select a location for the template
      • Select Region01a datacenter object
    • Select NEXT
  1. In the W10Master-01a - Clone Virtual Machine To Template wizard
    • In the Select a compute resource area
      • Expand Bangalore
        • Select esxi-01a.euc-livefire.com
    • Select NEXT
  1. In the W10Master-01a - Clone Virtual Machine To Template wizard
    • Next to CorpLun-01a:
      • select the radio button
    • Next to Select virtual disk format
      • from the dropdown select Thin Provision
    • Select NEXT
  1. In the W10Master-01a - Clone Virtual Machine To Template wizard
    • Ready to complete page
      • Select FINISH

Part 1 Section 4 - Import the Root Certificate of Site 1 vCenter to  Site 2 vCenter

Section 4 - Import the Root Certificate of Site 1 vCenter to  Site 2 vCenter
  1. On the Control Center
  1. In the vSphere Client
    • Navigate to Menu (Three lines on the top)> Administration
    • Select Pin Menu checkbox to lock the menu
  1. In  Administration Menu
    • Navigate to Certificate >  Certificate Management
    • In the Certificate Management Menu
      • From the Right-hand-side
        • Under Trusted Root Certificate
          • Note you already have 4 Certificates
        • Click ADD
  1. In the Add Trusted Root Certificate Wizard
    • Click on BROWSE
      • Navigate to:-
        • C:\Users > Administrator > Desktop > vc-cert-site1 > certs> win
      • Select the first .crt file listed
        • Select Open
          • Note: In our example, we have 3fc73c50.0.crt
  1. In the Add Trusted Root Certificate Wizard
    • Click ADD
  1. Under  Trusted Root Certificate
    • Click ADD
      • Click on BROWSE
      • Navigate to C:\Users > Administrator > Desktop > vc-cert-site1 > certs> win
        • Select the second .crt file listed
          • Select Open
          • Note: In our example, the second crt file is b3e68eaa.0.crt
            • Click ADD to add the second certificate in trusted root certificate
  1. Under  Trusted Root Certificate
    • Click ADD
      • Click on BROWSE
      • Navigate to C:\Users > Administrator > Desktop > vc-cert-site1 >  certs > win
        • Select the third .crt file listed
          • Select Open
            • Note: In our example, the third crt file is bd822a8c.0.crt
      • Click ADD
        • to add the third certificate in trusted root certificate
          • You will also notice now you get a duplicate certificate error
  1. In the Certificate Management window
    • Note the error
      • Error occurred while adding trusted root certificates: Trusted root already exists
    • Ignore and close the error and move on to the next step 9
  1. On your Controlcenter server desktop
    • Go to the vc-cert-site1 folder
      • Select any one of your 3 .crt files
  1. In the Certificate folder
    • Select the Details tab
      • Select the Subject Key Identifier
        • Compare the Subject Key Identifier with your GUIDs under Trusted Root Certificates
  1. In the Certificate folder
    • In the Details tab
      • Select  Subject
        • Notice the information displayed
        • Out of the 3 only 1 is a reference to vCenterXX-01a.euc-livefire.com

Part 2- Adding vCenter to the Horizon Universal console for Image Management

We will start with Horizon Cloud Services configuration for the Horizon Image Management services

Adding vCenter  to the Horizon Universal console for Image Management
  1. In the Horizon Universal Console
    • Navigate to Inventory > Images - Multi-Pod
      • Click on VCENTER Drop Down button
        • Select Set UP Credentials
  1. In the Set Up Credentials window
    • Next to:
      • Use same credentials for all vCenters
        • Switch the toggle button to ON
    • Enter the following for vcenterXX-01a.euc-livefire.com
      • Where XX is your POD ID.
        • Username* type [email protected]
        • Password* type VMware1!
          • Note: In the example our vCenter for Site 1 is vcenter22-01a.euc-livefire.com
      • Enter the following for vcenterXX-02a.euc-livefire.com
        • where XX is your POD ID.
          • Username* type [email protected]
          • Password* type VMware1!
            • Note: In the example our vCenter for Site 2 is vcenter22-02a.euc-livefire.com
    • Select NEXT
  1. In. the Summary Window
    • Click FINISH

Part 3 Importing and Publishing the template from Site 1

Part 3 Section 1 Importing the template  from Site 1

Section 1 Importing the template  from Site 1
  1. In the Welcome to Multi-Pod Images
    • Click NEW
  1. In the Import Images Window
    1. General Information
      • Ensure that
        • In Use By Pool toggle button is Off
        • In line with :-
          • Type
            • The radio button next to VM template  is selected
          • Pod*
            • Select HznBangalore
          • vCenter *
            • vcenterXX-01a.euc-livefire.com selected
              • Where XX is your POD ID
      • Under Images *
        • Next to W10Master-01a_Template
          • select the radio button
      • Click NEXT
  1. In the Import Images wizard
    1. Details area:-
      • Below W10Master-01a_Template,
        • enter the following, next to :-
          • Name* enter Win10-XX-01
            • Where XX is your POD ID
          • Description, enter: Assist Agent
          • Username* enter:  admin
          • Password* enter: VMware1!
          • Marker(s): enter AssistAgent
            • with your keyboard, select ENTER
          • Click NEXT
  1. In the Import Images wizard
    1. Summary Window
      • Verify YOUR Settings
      • Click on FINISH
  1. From the Control Center desktop,
    • Using the Site 1 chrome Browser
      • Login to vCenter in Site 1
        • vcenterXX-01a.euc-livefire.com
  • Notice a new Virtual Machine got created with the name mgmt-XXXXXXXX-W10Master01A_Template
  • We will now proceed to Verify the New VM has got the CorpInternal01 network adaptor
  1. From the vCenter Inventory
    • Select and right-Click  Virtual Machine  name > Edit Settings
  1. In the Edit Settings window
    • If there is a different adapter, change the adapter to CorpInternal01
    • To Close the Edit Settings Window
      • Click Ok
  1. In the vSphere Web Client
    • In the right pane of the mgmt-XXXX-W10Master-01a_Template
      • Click Launch Web Console
  1. In the Web Console
    • Top right corner
      • Select Send Ctrl+Alt+Delete

 

  1. In the Web Console
    • Under Admin
      • enter VMware1!
      • Select Submit
  1. On the mgmt-XXXXXXXX-W10Master01A Desktop
    • Open the Software folder shortcut
      • Navigate to Horizon > Assist
    • In the Assist folder
      • Double Click on  Assist For Horizon-Win10-21 installer
  1. On the mgmt-XXXXXXXX-W10Master01A Desktop
    • In the Open File - Security Warning
      • Click Run
  1. In the Assist for Horizon Setup Window
    • Next to  I accept the terms in the License Agreement
      • Check the tick box
    • Click Install
    • In the User Account Control
      • Select Yes
  1. In the Assist for Horizon Setup window
    • Click "Finish"
  1. On the mgmt-XXXXXXXX-W10Master01A Desktop
    • Verify  Assist for Horizon is installed
      • Launch the Control Panel shortcut
      • Under Programs
        • select Uninstall a program
      • Look for Assist for Horizon
    • Close all windows on the Desktop

Section 2 Publishing the template

Section 2 Publishing the template
  1. In the Horizon Universal Console
    • Navigate to Inventory > Images - Multi-Pod
      • Click on Win10-XX-01 Image Name
        • Where XX is your POD ID
  1. Under Win10-XX-01 Window
    • Where XX is a POD ID
    • Next to Deployment Complete
      • select the radio button
    • Click on the three Dots (...) on the menu bar
    • Select Publish

 

  1. In the Publish Image Window
    • Under Desktop Details
      • Configure the following:-
        • Clone Type: Instant Clone
        • Image Type: VDI (default)
        • Select Destination
          • Toggle Off
        • Install Horizon Agent
          • Toggle Off
        • Click PUBLISH
  1. In the Horizon Universal Console
    • In Images-Multi-Pod area
      • Under Win10-XX-01 window
        • Where XX is a POD ID
        • Click on the Version 1.0 hyperlink
  1. In the Win10-XX-01 > 1.0 window
    • Under Image Copies
      • Notice the Status
      • Wait until the status shows Available to both the PODs
      • It takes around 15 minutes
    • Click on CLOSE to close the version window
  1. On your ControlCenter server
    • Login to the vSphere Client on both Site 1 and Site 2
    • Monitor the clone operation in the recent task
  1. In the Horizon Universal Console
    • In Images-Multi-Pod area
      • Under Win10-XX-01 window
        • Once the deployment is complete
        • Notice the Status now reads as Available
      • Click CLOSE
  1. In the Horizon Universal Console
    • In Images-Multi-Pod area
      • Under Win10-XX-01 window
        • Where XX is a POD ID
      • Click on the Version 1.0 hyperlink
        • In the Win10-XX-01 > 1.0 window
        • Under Status, notice the following:-
          • Reads : Deployment Complete in HZNBangalore
          • Reads:  Available in HZNBangalore
          • Reads: Available in HZNSeattle

Do not start with Part 4 until Part 3 is complete

Part 4  Creating Pools using Image Mangement

Section 1: Configuring a Desktop Pool for Site 1 to use Published Image

We will configuring a Desktop Pool for Site 1 in this Section.  Look out for a Cloud Managed and Image Catalog  check box that  you will enable for this Pool to be managed by Horizon Cloud Services

  1. On your Horizon Universal Console
    • Expand Settings
      • Select Capacity
      • Double click the HZNBangalore link
  1. In the HZNBangalore window
    • Select LAUNCH HORIZON CONSOLE
  1. In the VMware Horizon admin console
    • Under Inventory
      • Select Desktops
  1. In the VMware Horizon admin console
    • Under Desktop Pools
      • Select Add
  1. In the Add Pool wizard
    • Next to:-
      1. Type
        • Select Next
  1. In the Add Pool wizard
    • Next to:-
      1. vCenter Server
        • Accept the Defaults
        • Select Next
  1. In the Add Pool wizard
    • Next to:-
      1. User Assignment
        • Select the radio button next to Floating
        • Select  Next
  1. In the Add Pool wizard
    • Next to:-
      1. Storage Optimization
        • Select  Next
  1. In the Add Pool wizard
    • Next to:-
      1. Desktop Pool Identification
        • Enter the following under:-
          • ID type HZNBLR_xx_Assist
            • Where xx is your assigned POD number
          • Display Name, type HZNBLR_xx_Assist
            • Where xx is your assigned POD number
        • Select  Next
  1. In the Add Pool wizard
    • Next to:-
      1. Provisioning Settings
        • Enter the following under:-
          • Use a Naming Pattern type BLRXX-Asst-
            • Where XX is your assigned POD ID
          • Desktop Pool Sizing
            • Maximum Machines, type 3
        • Select  Next
  1. In the Add Pool wizard
    • Next to Source:-
      1. Select Image Catalog Radio Button
        • To the right of Stream
          • Select Browse
  1. In the Select Stream window
    • Select the radio button, next to Win10-XX-01
      • Where XX is the POD ID.
      • Note: In the screenshot example, POD ID 22 is used.
    • Select Submit
  1. In the Add Pool wizard
    • Under vCenter Settings
      • In the Marker Dropdown
        • Note the AssistAgent option
  1. In the Add Pool wizard
    • Next to:-
      1. vCenter Settings
        • To the right of *VM Folder Location
          • Select Browse
  1. In the VM Folder Location window
    • Select the Region01A cluster icon
    • Select Submit
  1. In the Add Pool wizard
    • Next to:-
      1. vCenter Settings
        • In the Resource Settings area
          • To the right of *Cluster
            • Select Browse
  1. In the Select Cluster window
    • Select the Bangalore cluster icon
    • Select Submit
  1. In the Add Pool wizard
    • Next to:-
      1. vCenter Settings
        • In the Resource Settings area
          • To the right of *Resource Pool
            • Select Browse
  1. In the Resource Pool window
    • Select the Bangalore cluster icon
    • Select Submit
  1. In the Add Pool wizard
    • Next to:-
      1. vCenter Settings
        • In the Resource Settings area
          • To the right of *Datastores
            • Select Browse
  1. In the Select Instant Clone Datastores window
    • Select the checkbox next to CorpLun01a
      • Select Submit
    • In the Warning window
      • Select OK
  1. In the Add Pool wizard
    • Next to:-
      1. vCenter Settings
        • Select Next
  1. In the Add Pool wizard
    • Next to:-
      1. Desktop Pool Settings
        • Select the checkbox next to Cloud Managed
        • Under Log Off after Disconnect
          • From the dropdown, select Immediately
          • Select Next
  1. In the Add Pool wizard
    1. Remote Display Settings area
      • Select Next
  1. In the Add Pool wizard
    • Next to:-
      1. Guest Customization
        • Under *AD Container
          • Select Browse
  1. In the AD Container window
    • Expand OU=Corp
      • Select OU=Computers,OU=Corp
      • Select Submit
  1. In the Add Pool wizard
    1. Guest Customization area
      • Select the checkbox next to
        • Allow Reuse of Existing Computer Accounts
      • Select Next
  1. In the Add Pool wizard
    1. Ready to Complete area
      • Select Submit
  • Note: It might take around 15 mins to show all the VMs in available in the Horizon Pool
  • You can move on to the next section
Section 2: Configuring a Desktop Pool for Site 2

We will configuring a Desktop Pool for Site 2 in this Section.  Look out for a Cloud Managed and Image Catalog   check box that  you will enable for this Pool to be managed by Horizon Cloud Services

  1. On your Horizon Universal Console
    • Navigate to Settings > Capacity
      • Select HZNSeattle
      • Select LAUNCH HORIZON CONSOLE
  1. In the VMware Horizon admin console
    • Under Inventory
      • Select Desktops
  1. In the VMware Horizon admin console
    • Under Desktop Pools
      • Select Add
  1. In the Add Pool wizard
    • Next to:-
      1. Type
        • Select Next
  1. In the Add Pool wizard
    • Next to:-
      1. vCenter Server
        • Accept the Defaults
        • Select Next
  1. In the Add Pool wizard
    • Next to:-
      1. User Assignment
        • Select the radio button next to Floating
        • Select  Next
  1. In the Add Pool wizard
    • Next to:-
      1. Storage Optimization
        • Select  Next
  1. In the Add Pool wizard
    • Next to:-
      1. Desktop Pool Identification
        • Enter the following under:-
          • ID type HZNSea-xx-Asst
            • Where xx is your assigned number
          • Display Name, type Seattle-xx-Asst
            • Where xx your assigned number
        • Select  Next
  1. In the Add Pool wizard
    • Next to:-
      1. Provisioning Settings
        • Enter the following under:-
          • Use a Naming Pattern type SEAXX-Asst-
            • Where XX is your assigned POD ID
          • Desktop Pool Sizing
            • Maximum Machines, type 3
        • Select  Next
  1. In the Add Pool wizard
    • Next to Source:-
    • Select Image Catalog Radio Button
      • To the right of Stream
        • Select Browse
  1. In the Select Stream Window
    • Select the radio button, next to Win10-XX-01
      • Where XX is the POD ID.
        • Note: In the screenshot example, POD ID 22 is used.
          • Select Submit
  1. In the Add Pool wizard
    • In the Marker Dropdown
      • Select AssistAgent
  1. In the Add Pool wizard
    • Next to:-
      1. vCenter Settings
        • To the right of *VM Folder Location
          • Select Browse
  1. In the VM Folder Location window
    • Select the Region02A cluster icon
    • Select Submit
  1. In the Add Pool wizard
    • Next to:-
      1. vCenter Settings
        • In the Resource Settings area
          • To the right of *Cluster
            • Select Browse
  1. In the Select Cluster window
    • Select the Seattle cluster icon
    • Select Submit
  1. In the Add Pool wizard
    • Next to:-
      1. vCenter Settings
        • In the Resource Settings area
          • To the right of *Resource Pool
            • Select Browse
  1. In the Resource Pool window
    • Select the Seattle cluster icon
    • Select Submit
  1. In the Add Pool wizard
    • Next to:-
      1. vCenter Settings
        • In the Resource Settings area
          • To the right of *Datastores
            • Select Browse
  1. In the Select Instant Clone Datastores window
    • Select the checkbox next to CorpLun-02a
      • Select Submit
    • In the Warning window
      • Select OK
  1. In the Add Pool wizard
    • In the Network Section
      • Next to Golden Image network selected
        • Click Browse
  1. In  Select Networks Window
    • Uncheck Use network from golden image which is denoted as 1
      • In the Alert Window
        • Warning: Selecting different port bindings can result in provisioning errors. Select either Static or Ephemeral.
          • Click on OK which is denoted as 2
  1. In the Select Networks Window
    • Under Network Adapter 1 Table
      • Select checkbox  CorpInternal02
      • Click on Submit
      • Click Next to move on to Desktop Pool Settings
  1. In the Add Pool wizard
    • Next to:-
      1. Desktop Pool Settings
        • Select the checkbox next to Cloud Managed
        • Under Log Off after Disconnect
          • From the dropdown, select Immediately
          • Select Next
  1. In the Add Pool wizard
    1. Remote Display Settings area
      • Select Next
  1. In the Add Pool wizard
    • Next to:-
      1. Guest Customization
        • Under *AD Container
          • Select Browse
  1. In the AD Container window
    • Expand OU=Corp
      • Select OU=Computers,OU=Corp
      • Select Submit
  1. In the Add Pool wizard
    1. Guest Customization area
      • Select the checkbox next to
        • Allow Reuse of Existing Computer Accounts
      • Select Next
  1. In the Add Pool wizard
    1. Ready to Complete area
      • Select Submit
      • Note: It might take around 15 mins to show all the VMs in available in the Horizon Pool
      • Note: Take a look at the vCenter, and check if the cp-template is getting created on corpinternal02 network adapter. if not then change it manually on the vCenter
      • Wait for the VDI to come in available before proceeding with part 5

Pool provisioning might fail at times on Site 2. The reason being,  there is a limitation on Cloud Connector 2.1.2 and there is no option to select the networt adaptor on Site 2.
This limitation is addressed in Cloud Connector 2.2

Part 5 Creating Assignment for the Image Management Pool

We login to the Horizon Universal Console and create a VDI assignment

Creating Assignment for the Image Management Pool
  1. In the Horizon Universal Console
    • Expand Assign Desktops & Apps
      • Select VDI
  1. In the Assignments area
    • Select NEW
      • Under Desktop
        • Select VMware SDDC
  1. In the New Desktop Assignment wizard
    • Next to:
      1. General Information
        • Configure the following: next to:-
          • Desktop Type* :Floating (default configuration)
          • Desktop Name*: type Corpxx-Asst
            • (xx is your assigned POD number)
          • In the Select Pod(s) area
            • Select the checkbox next to
              • HznBangalore
              • HZNSeattle
  1. In the New Desktop Assignment wizard
    • Next to:
      1. General Information
        • Scroll down until you see
          • Scope*
          • Site Connection Affinity*
  1. In the New Desktop Assignment wizard
    • Next to:
      1. General Information
        • Next to Site Connection Affinity*
          • Select Home Site
        • Next to Home Site Restriction
          • Turn the TOGGLE ON
    • Select NEXT
  1. In the New Desktop Assignment wizard
    • Next to:
      1. Desktops
        • Configure the following: next to:-
          • Operating System* : from the dropdown, select Windows 10 (64-bit)
          • HTML Access: toggle Enabled
          • Clean Up Redundant Sessions : toggle Enabled
        • Select the check box next to:-
          • HZNBLR-XX-Assist (XX being your  POD Number)
          • HZNSEA-XX-Asst(XX being your  POD Number)
        • Select NEXT
  1. In the New Desktop Assignment wizard
    • Next to:
      1. Users
        • Configure the following: next to:-
          • Find Users: type sales
            • Select Sales
  1. In the New Desktop Assignment wizard
    • Next to:
      1. Users
        • Configure the following: next to:-
          • Find Users: type Marketing
            • Select Marketing
            • Click Next
  1. In the New Desktop Assignment wizard
    • Next to:
      1. Summary
        • Review the information
        • Select FINISH
  1. In the Assignments area
    • Note that the Status for your CorpXX-Asst assignment is Pending
      • Where XX is your assigned POD ID
      • It might take up to 10 minutes to show as Complete
        • Refresh the page every 2 minutes
  1. In  In the Assignments area
    • Note that your Site, Pod, Capacity information will show first
      • Keep refreshing
    • Note that the Status for CorpXX-Asst is now Complete
      • Where XX is your assigned POD ID

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